The author ponders the dissolution of his own marriage, and others.
After Brooke Melton died in a car crash, her parents approached attorney Lance Cooper to investigate. What he found in her 2005 Chevy Cobalt would lead to GM’s 30 million-vehicle recall.
The sheriff of Putnam County, Georgia, finally meets a case he can’t solve.
A refugee survives the Rwandan genocide and finds a future in Atlanta.
A father who brought his daughter to a ballgame and the fallout from a foul ball.
A pastor-turned-banker fakes his own death after allegedly embezzling millions and defrauding investors.
In North Georgia, two men feud over a quarter-mile property line.
Throughout their troubled lives, identical twins William and Chris Cormier shared a preternatural bond. Then the body of a Florida journalist ended up in their backyard.
At various points, Thomas Mitchell was a novelist, an attorney, a scientist, a Hollywood dealmaker and a CIA higher-up. He was also a con man.
Darren Lumar lived in mansions he didn’t own, ran companies that didn’t make a dime, went to colleges that didn’t exist and slept with “any number of women” despite being married to James Brown’s daughter. When he was murdered, the cops had a problem: too many possible suspects.